|When it comes to renovating your home, not all projects are created equal in terms of return on investment (ROI). If you're looking to boost the value of your property, it's essential to focus on renovations that provide the most significant returns. Here are some of the best home renovations to consider:
Kitchen Remodeling Upgrade Appliances
Installing energy-efficient appliances not only adds functionality but also appeals to buyers looking for cost-effective and modern amenities. Countertop and Cabinet Upgrades: Replacing worn-out countertops and...
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|The decision to rent or buy a home is one of the most significant financial choices you'll make. While it's tempting to focus solely on the financial aspects, it's essential to recognize that this decision encompasses more than just money. Let's delve into the factors that go beyond dollars and cents when deciding whether to rent or buy a home.
Lifestyle and Flexibility
|The Canadian real estate market has always been an attractive arena for investors seeking opportunities for long-term financial growth. In recent years, one strategy that has gained significant popularity among Canadians is investing in pre-construction properties. This method involves purchasing a property before it's built, and it comes with a myriad of advantages that make it a compelling investment choice. Here, we explore why pre-construction is a good investment for Canadians.
Potential for Appreciation
One of the primary benefits of...
|More Canadians are choosing to cohabitate with family members. In an effort to share housing costs in an increasingly competitive market, many are choosing to communally raise young children and care for aging parents. Transforming your home to accommodate multi-generational living can involve various adjustments to ensure comfort and functionality for all family members. Here are steps to help you get started:
Assess Your Needs
Determine who will be living together and their specific needs. Consider elderly parents, children, or other family...
This article will discuss Right at Home Realty’s newest episode of Real Time. If you are new to the Real Time series, we want to welcome you and let you know how it could help improve your business. This series aims to help agents and consumers understand how to navigate real estate's most commonly faced compliance issues. This video, in particular, focuses on what and why some of the most common reasons are for sellers to fail on closing a deal.
Reason 1: Inspection Issues
Inspections can cause issues for both parties depending on the report’s results. In some...
Canada’s capital city is beloved because it’s a great place to live, work and enjoy a great, laidback lifestyle. With a population of 1.4 million, it’s hardly a small town. Still, it also avoids the frenetic pace of bigger cities like Toronto or Montreal.
This article will discuss Right at Home Realty’s latest Real Time video. If you are new to the Real Time series, we created this series to help agents improve their knowledge of commonly faced compliance issues they might experience in the industry. This video focuses on why a buyer may fail to close on buying a home. This video is hosted by our very own Manager of Legal & Compliance Rima Sterrett. Rima has over 20 years of legal expertise in corporate and real estate.
In this video, we break down the four main reasons why this problem happens in real estate and what happens when...
Right at Home Realty is proud to announce changes to our executive leadership and regional leaders across the province to enhance our support for agents and grow our team.
Our Broker of Record and General Manager, Brokerage Operations had this to say about the exciting news:
Thinking about buying a home in Central Toronto? Here’s the rundown on living in the Banbury-Don Mills, Parkwoods-Donalda, St. Andrew-Windfields, and Bridle Path-Sunnybrook-York Mills neighbourhoods – some of the most exclusive and sought-after real estate in Canada.
Since our founding in 2004, Right at Home has continued to grow. When we first opened our doors, it had a unique business model for the Canadian real estate industry.